Many e-waste recyclers can no longer find vendors interested in their offerings, increasing the likelihood that lead will leach into soil.
The NJDEP Bureau of Marine Water Monitoring flies over the coast six days a week to ensure the water is safe for swimmers.
High school students in the Weston Science Scholars Program get to work with Montclair State University professors for hands-on experience in scientific research.
Although a thunderstorm cleared the beach in Belmar during the 29th New Jersey Sandcastle Contest, people still participated and will be awarded prizes.
Stevens Institute of Technology students have created a sustainable house using solar power for the U.S. Department of Energy contest Solar Decathlon 2015. They say it is a useful design for the ...
Old quarries that have filled with water form blue holes. They look like swimming pools, but some have drowned in them.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says that the Department of Environmental Protection did not protect the environment in New Jersey when it agreed to a settlement with Exxon for ...
The Dept. of Agriculture says horticulture, the practice of garden cultivation, is the largest sector of NJ agriculture.
Opponents of the deal between NJ and Exxon over environmental damages want to intervene.
Rutgers Medical School lets students interact with horses to become more aware of non-verbal cues.
Pleasant Valley Lavender in Morganville gives people a place to get lavender, which can be used in various ways, including in cooking and on the skin.
Portuguese Man-of-War stings can be severe and they have been found along the Jersey Shore this summer.
Liberty State Park advocates say keeping the Meadowlands Commission involved is troubling.
Nearly half of the samples taken from that area failed the EPA's safe swimming guidelines, according to a report.
The American Littoral Society has started the process of making oyster babies by pouring larvae into a spat tank in Ocean Gate.